Discover Which Web Browser Suits Windows 10 Users the Best
Before Windows 10, you probably used third-party favorites like Chrome, Firefox, or Opera. But now that Windows 10 comes bundled with the highly anticipated Edge, is it time to change browsers? Windows 10 has been available for a little while, so after actual use, let’s see which browser gets the job done in tests.
- Octane – We’ll start with Google, even though that should give an unfair advantage to Chrome, right? No, Edge performs the best, followed by Chrome and then Firefox.
- Jetstream – Once again Edge is the victor with Chrome trailing behind. Opera took the third spot.
Total Browser Performance
While Edge is a great new browser, it doesn’t seem like it is going to become the number one browser, even for most Windows 10 users. While being able to mark up a website, as well as quickly save and send your notes is a great feature, and the browser seems to function as well as Chrome, if not better in some cases. However, all of that doesn’t make up for some of the things missing with Edge. For example, you need to be able to bring up a list of tabs you recently closed in case you clicked the X by accident. Plus, Edge still appears to be having some issues with Facebook, and isn’t social media why most people are online?